With divergent cultural influences and a unique blend of energetic beats and rhythmic foundations, Australia’s most talked about electronic artists, Slumberjack unveil a dystopian fantasy world in the film clip for their genre-defining new single.
The official music video, encapsulating the trademark creativity, liveliness and adventurous production of the duo, paints the virtual journey of a blurred reality, mirrored in an abandoned, post-apocalyptic game-scape.
FKi 1st has been on a streak lately, having a hand in the production of some of the biggest rap records of the year from Post Malone’s Double Platinum “White Iverson” to 2 Chainz “Watch Out”. On 1st Time For Everything, FKi 1st puts his own voice to his productions along with some features from close friends such as Bankroll Fresh, UK-rapper Danny Seth, Tuesday’s very own ILoveMakonnen, British vocalist Elkka, Mac Miller-signee NJOMZA, and FKi’s day 1 collaborator Post Malone. FKi 1st finds his lane lyrically with self-empowering realistic word play.
Dirty Audio and Rickyxsan continue to make amazing club records. On “Gettin’ That,” they linked up to mesh elements of dembow, bubblin, drum and bass, trap and dubstep into one magical track. Already supported by the likes of Diplo and Skrillex, “Gettin’ That” shows no trace of slowing down.
Bringing some of the tastiest releases from the planet. We have music from Congo, Philippines, Israel, Mexico, Colombia, Brazil-Los Angeles, and more!
BM released his “Marry You (Mamacita)” video which has been getting crazy support:
Striking hard from Philippines, we have Curse & Bless with “BOMBA (feat. Curse & Bless, KZ Tandingan)
“True Rasta” is a savage bass track coming straight from Manila’s very own: Mecha
Our jewel of the day blends baile funk, champeta, Moombahton and bass. FREE DOWNLOAD:
Next up, we have the sweetest berimbau-Bass track around Bebado (drunk in portuguese) from Rand!zzle:
Getting Viral, Israel Teen Pop Star Adi Bity teams up with Jamaican singer Richie Loop on hot new single “Raga Bity”.
Last but never least, there is a whole compilation called Tasty Bass that features a huge variety of new approaches to Bass music.
To give you an idea of how this compilation separates itself from others, check “Yeridu” from Yelram Selectah. Yelram Selectah fuses native sounds, with dancehall drums, buzzing basslines and tribal chants:
Peep the official music video for Dillon Francis & NGHTMRE’s “Need You”! Dillon Francis gets into his trademark antics as an alternate reality version of “DJ Dillon Francis,” turning a casual backyard party on its head complete with choreographed dancing and backyard wrestling.
Time-traveling-turnt-team Bad Royale matures their sound on the Immutable Timeline EP, their second EP on Mad Decent. Starting things off of the right foot, “The Royale Anthem” and “Dutty Heart” featuring Richie Loop and IAmStylezMusic respectively, kick off the release with familiar but fresh vibes – like coming home to your pet iguana in a new parka and shoes. To follow that up, we hear Konshens and the guys linking up for “All We Need Is Love,” a pop record guaranteed to make you fall in love in the club. “Bun It Up” jumps into the full-out party side of things with Bunji Garlin. Bunji Garlin complements the track to create a finished product worthy of any set. Finally, “Suit of Black” featuring Suit Of Black – the Caribbean dream team comprised of Kardinal Offishall, Bunji Garlin and Assassin aka Agent Sasco – is a straight up dancehall hitter that perfectly closes out this beautiful gauntlet of an EP.
Dillon Francis & NGHTMRE’s “Need You” is a crowd-pleasing moombahton monster! Teased out in their live sets, “Need You” is better than Lisa Frank, The Oregon Trail and Lunchables combined. Jump in the moombahton mobile and let Dillon Francis & NGHTMRE take you on a fun journey through their sound mastery.
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Following up their last single “Enigma”, Slumberjack comes through with another beautiful scorcher. Fueling emotions with cinematic sound production and help from Silverchair’s Daniel Johns, “Open Fire” creates uncontrollable feels to every listener.
“Nah Tell Dem” hits you in you bumper with a nasty dancehall rhythm. Sanjin vocals are digitally charred up to perfection while Major Lazer’s Walshy Fire and Salvatore Ganacci control the boards on this minimal gully creeper. Don’t sleep!